Capitol Park Goole, situated by Junction 36 of the M62, has been in the ownership of Sterling Capitol for the past 15 years. As an integral part of the development, a new by-pass road through the site has been built, providing a link between the M62 and the port of Goole.

The whole 300-acre site is currently the home of high-profile occupiers such as Tesco, Guardian Glass and Drax, while planning consent for design and build development opportunities has been granted by the East Riding of Yorkshire Council.

Capitol Park Goole is part of the Humber Enterprise Zone and benefits from Enhanced Capital Allowances, meaning a business can invest in plant and machinery and set 100 per cent of the cost of assets against annual taxable profits.


Location is key. Goole’s existing rail, sea, motorway and inland waterway links provide a tremendous facility for business, offering companies the opportunity of seamless movement of goods; from ship to road, ship to rail or ship to barge and vice versa; shortening the timescale and therefore lessening the cost of moving goods. The park is an unrivalled gateway to the UK and Europe.


Sterling Capitol is committed to developing business parks which create sustainable jobs in an attractive and self-sufficient environment, working consistently hard to attract and keep occupiers.



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Michael J Heydecke
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